Bridalveil Fall is one of the famous waterfalls in Yosemite National Park. The waterfall is 188 meters high and runs all the year round. The local Avanich tribe believed that it was the guardian of Pohono, the soul of revenge who guarded the entrance to the canyon. Inhaling the fog would bring good luck to marriage. Because the waterfall's light current rises with the wind and floats in the air like the bride's veil, so it is named.